Peyronie’s Natural Treatment

Peyronie’s disease natural cures not presented honestly

When a man with Peyronie’s disease investigates the internet for Peyronie’s disease natural treatments, the results are surprising and disappointing. Usually the information is not about Peyronie’s natural treatment in an honest or wide presentation, but simply a limited two or three sentence statement that vitamin E does not help in cases of Peyronie’s disease.   The idea presented is that Peyronie’s natural treatment is the use of vitamin E and nothing more and nothing else, and it does not help anyway.

The truth is that the average medical doctor does not know how to use vitamin E as a Peyronie’s natural treatment, and so he or she mismanages the value of the therapy. Any failure is not placed where it belongs – on the doctor – but is assumed to be the failure of vitamin E to help Peyronie’s disease.

What this kind of statement means – "that  vitamin E does not help in cases of Peyronie's disease" – only means that the writer or the doctor does not know how to use vitamin E effectively or correctly to assist the body to correct this problem.  It has nothing to do with vitamin E, or any other Peyronie's natural treatment – but with the way they are used.

Peyronie’s disease natural cures unfair representation

It is not fair to say that vitamin E is not a valid and effective Peyronie’s natural treatment. However, it is accurate that the way the average medical website or medical doctor has extremely limited and biased information against Peyronie’s disease natural cures. It is fair to say that the average medical doctor is strongly biased in favor of drugs and surgery as the primary treatment for any medical condition. In the case of Peyronie’s disease, this is especially perplexing and damaging to someone with Peyronie’s disease looking for genuinely helpful information, since the medical profession admits there is no effective drug to treat this problem and the results of surgery are often poor – at best.

It is also not fair to say that vitamin E is the only Peyronie’s natural treatment that can be employed against Peyronie’s disease. The potential list of Peyronie’s disease natural cures is rather long and varied:

1. Vitamin E – oral and topical, especially the gamma tocopherol faction

2. Vitamin C – best combined with vitamin C

3. PABA – this is a B vitamin, not POTABA which is a drug that is made by the addition of a potassium molecule added to PABA

4. Quercetin – an antioxidant

5. Bromelain – powerful protein enzyme

6. Serrapeptase – powerful protein enzyme

7. Nattokinase – powerful protein enzyme

8. Herbal compounds – Chinese and Ayurvedic types

9. DMSO – dimethyl sulfoxide drives therapy compounds deep into the scar tissue

10. Copper peptides – topical preparation assists scar reorganization

11. Acupuncture – non-invasive techniques used for over 4000 years to help healing

12. Massage – increase blood circulation and tone of local tissue

13. Exercise – increase blood circulation and tone of local tissue

14. Manual penis stretching – gentle non-mechanical method to stretch contracted scar

15. Diet – special protocol to promote tissue alkalinity and healing

The average person for Peyronie’s disease natural treatment information would do well to expand their search beyond biased medical websites and explore the many well researched and diverse Alternative Medicine websites that seriously investigate the subject in a more comprehensive manner.

The Peyronie’s Disease Institute presents over 200 pages of documented information exploring Peyronie’s disease natural treatments along with a Q/A section, survey’s, books, and videos to explore the many diverse options that are available for consideration.

One last thought concerning information about Peyronie’s disease natural cures. There is none. Some unscrupulous individuals promote herbal concoctions and painful mechanical penis stretching devices as Peyronie’s disease natural cures, but they are not anything of the kind. While all of the Peyronie’s disease natural treatments mentioned above when used in an effectively combined treatment plan can help the body to heal and repair the terrible Peyronie’s scar, none of them can be considered a cure in the sense many would hope.

The Peyronie’s Disease Institute offers detailed information and therapy products that when used together in various combinations have helped men all over the world for the last eight years to reduce and sometimes overcome their problem while intelligently using Peyronie’s natural treatment.

Peyronie’s Disease Impotence

Peyronie's Impotence facts

There are several reasons why Peyronie’s disease impotence (erectile dysfunction) develops in about 75 percent of the men who have this condition. Peyronie’s disease impotence can be mild or total, it can be occasional or constant, but it is extremely common for men with Peyronie’s disease to experience sexual intercourse performance problems or alteration of erection strength.

Impotence is defined as the continual inability to sustain an erection long enough or strong enough for sexual intercourse or the inability to achieve ejaculation, or both. Peyronie’s disease impotence is the erectile dysfunction that develops due to abnormal changes in the penis that are part of Peyronie’s disease.

Most people assume that Peyronie’s impotence develops due to lack of blood flow to the organ. This might be true in especially in those cases in which the man has an underlying problem with the cardiovascular system (high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol, vascular disease, diabetes, etc.) In other men , another occasional cause of Peyronie’s disease impotence is emotional. Because of the reduced self esteem, shame, embarrassment and anger related to penile distortion and reduced length and girth of the organ, a man can develop strong emotional reactions expressed as Peyronie’s impotence. However, for most men the primary cause of Peyronie’s disease impotence is simply due to what is known as “venous leakage.”

Peyronie’s impotence fundamentals

In a great number of cases of Peyronie’s disease impotence the fundamental problem is that the blood is no longer being trapped by the veins of the penis to dam it up to create the greater fluid pressure of an erection. The problem is that the veins of a man with Peyronie’s disease do not close to trap blood well. This imperfect or absent closing is caused in great part by the presence of the Peyronie’s scar. The scar acts like something that is blocking a door from closing. That is where therapy should be directed in Peyronie’s disease impotence – toward removal of the scar so the veins can close to allow a normal erection to develop.


Peyronie's Pain

Peyronie's disease pain is different with each man

Peyronie’s disease symptoms – even Peyronie’s pain – can be extremely variable. In fact, one of the things that makes Peyronie’s pain so undependable as a factor on which to create a diagnosis of Peyronie’s disease is that the penile pain is a different presentation from one man to another. Because of the wide variety of Peyronie’s disease pain symptoms, Peyronies treatment can be equally variable when using Alternative medicine.

Peyronie’s pain symptoms

The onset of Peyronie's pain symptoms can be sudden or slow, but most often will appear in less than a month after direct injury. Often the pain related to Peyronie’s disease is worse at the beginning of the problem, and then gradually improves over time – perhaps in a few weeks or months. Other men have a delayed onset of Peyronie’s disease pain. For all these reasons it is not a reliable way to judge the severity of the condition or to use to calculate the time necessary for eventual recovery.

For many men the pain associated with the actual injury that causes the problem to begin can be greater than the daily Peyronie’s pain that is associated with living with the condition. For others, the pain associated with the actual injury is mild and brief compared to the daily Peyronie’s pain they experience. Again, all of this is related to the variable nature of all Peyronie’s disease symptoms.

Peyronie’s disease pain patterns

Peyronie’s pain most often occurs with an erection during the first six to 18 months after onset. However, pain associated with Peyronie's disease may present itself in many ways:

  • Only during an erection
  • Only when not erect (flaccid)
  • Only during an orgasm
  • Only when the penis is touched

Peyronie’s pain originates in Buck’s fascia

The scar tissue, also known as a plaque, associated with Peyronie's disease and the variable pain it can cause can often – but always – be felt below the surface of the skin of the penis as small elevated or flat beads, lumps, bands of slightly to greatly dense and hard tissue. These soft tissue masses are located in a layer of soft tissue in the tunica albuginea. However, the scar in the tunica albuginea does not cause the actual Peyronie’s pain. The pain originates from the many pain fibers found just below the tunica albuginea in another layer of soft tissue called Buck’s fascia.

Apparently, when a man experiences intense or frequent Peyronie’s pain, it is because the scar is large enough or deep enough to press down deeper from the tunica albuginea into Buck’s fascia. And when pain is not as great a complaint, it is because Buck’s fascia is not being irritated by the scar or plaque material.

For a more comprehensive discussion of Peyronie’s disease pain, local penile anatomy and Peyronie’s disease treatment you can start searching the Peyronie's Disease Institute website at Peyronie's disease introduction.


Peyronie's Disease Treatment with Neprinol

Peyronie's treatment – Neprinol for Peyronie

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Neprinol is a very well researched systemic enzyme therapy that is used for Peyronie’s disease treatment. Since the curved penis that is so common in Peyronies is such a common problem with no effective medical treatment, Neprinol is a much needed Alternative Medicine tool against this problem. Neprinol works to break down and eliminate the offending Peyronie’s plaque fibrous material that causes the bent penis for which Peyronies is so well known. Neprinol contains a high concentration of nattokinase, serrapeptase, bromelain and Coenzyme Q, and related co-enzyme factors. Confusion exists about Neprinol because it is actually a high potency combination of several different systemic enzymes, rather than just a single enzyme like so many other products.

These are the basic highlights about Neprinol as it relates to Peyronie’s disease treatment:

1. The nattokinase and serrapeptase in Neprinol are in much higher concentration than in the separate pills containing just nattokinase and serrapeptase. Therefore, a lower dose of Neprinol is needed to reach a higher level of these two enzymes, as when lower concentration enzymes are used separately.

2. Taking Neprinol makes taking separate doses of nattokinase and serrapeptase unnecessary, although some men still take Neprinol plus additional nattokinase and serrapeptase products to diversify the sources and varieties of these enzymes. PDI sells a separate nattokinase product call Nattokinase 1500 and a separate serrapeptase product called Fibrozym. Both of these great products can be used successfully in Peyronies treatment. But, Neprinol has more of these same enzymes in it than these separate enzyme products.

3. Dosage of Neprinol – like most other Peyronies treatment products – is based on ability of that product to make a positive change in the condition of the Peyronies plaque or scar. While the bottle of Neprinol might say to take six capsules daily, the effective dose for each man will be different. After working with PD treatment since 2002 I know that some men respond with a dose of four capsules of Neprinol daily, while others might take 20 for the same results. There is no magic dose of Neprinol. It is something than must be determined by continual trial until a favorable change is noted in the condition of the Peyronies scar material. Safety is always an issue, so it is necessary when anyone is taking more than six Neprinol daily to take a period rest from this therapy, by simply stopping usage for several days every few weeks.

4. A single bottle of Neprinol is comparatively expensive for a few reasons: the bottle is three times larger than the average enzyme product, (Neprinol comes in a bottle of 300 pills, while the separate Nattokinase and separate Fibrozym enzyme products often are sold in bottles of 100) and each Neprinol pill contains a more concentrated dose of nattokinase, serrapeptase, bromelain and coenzyme Q than are found in any other enzyme product. Besides, PDI sells Neprinol through our sister-site, Natural Complementary Medicine Products, for $135 a bottle of 300, the best price on the Internet. Neprinol represents a better value in the long run since you would need to take fewer or them, and the bottle is simply larger so you buy fewer of them.

5. For a $10 discount we offer for Neprinol, just type in the discount code word “Neprinol” in the appropriate discount offer area, bringing your cost down to $135 for the Neprinol 300 size.

To read more about the use of Neprinol and other systemic enzymes in Peyronie’s disease treatment, go to the Peyronie’s Disease Institute discussion about systemic enzymes at Peyronies treatment with Enzymes and Neprinol

Neprinol and Peyronie's treatment

Because Neprinol is heavily promoted for Peyronie's treatment, some men develop the mistaken idea to only use Neprinol in their Peyronies treatment plan. I advise against this. Not because Neprinol is not an effective way to reduce foreign fibrin from the Peyronies plaque and scar material, but because Peyronies disease is such a stubborn problem to treat successfully. PD almost always requires large and complex treatment for a considerable length of time. I rarely hear of cases in which Neprinol does more than reduce penis pain associated with Peyronie’s disease. But when it is combined with other effective forms of Peyronies treatment, the results can be dramatic.

Effectively treating Peyronies is all about doing all that you can to create synergy with multiple therapies designed to increase your ability to heal and repair the Peyronies plaque or scar. It is never as easy as popping a few pills – even as great as Neprinol – and getting the kind of results we all want.

Please send your questions about Neprinol and Peyronie’s disease to “Ask Dr. Herazy…”


Peyronie's Symptoms

Peyronie's disease symptoms

Peyronie’s disease symptoms can be extremely variable.  In fact, one of the things that make these  symptoms so difficult to put together into a diagnosis or Peyronie's symptoms is the different presentation of this problem from one man to another. For this reason, Peyronie's disease treatment is difficult.  Even pictures of Peyronie’s disease that show what the condition can look like, are also variable.

This is why the Peyronie’s Disease Institute has worked for almost a decade to determine the best possible way to diagnose and treat this problem that often eludes effective care.

Because of the wide variety of Peyronie’s symptoms, Peyronies treatment can be variable when using Alternative medicine.

Peyronie’s symptoms of importance

The onset of Peyronies disease symptoms can be sudden or slow, but most often will appear in less than a month after direct injury, sometimes taking just a few days to appear when injury is found to be the cause of onset.

The severity of Peyronie's symptoms can also be variable. Some men do not even know they have the problem because their Peyronie’s symptoms are so mild, while other men experience alarming Peyronie’s symptoms that they are unavoidable and shocking.

Two most typical Peyronie’s symptoms:

Distorted or curved penis

When the penis is erect, it is very common to have the Peyronie’s symptoms of a deformity or distortion caused by the presence of internal fibrous or “scar’ tissue within the tunica albuginea of the curved penis. The penis may be:

  • Bent, or curved, upward, the most common deformity, or bent down or to one side; not often in will bend down
  • Distorted into an “hourglass” appearance, with a narrow band around the erect shaft that is complete or partial
  • Distorted into an “bottleneck” appearance, in which the base of the penis remains fairly well erect and normal for the individual, but the area above and away from the base remains small and non-erect
  • Distorted into a “hinge,” “dent,” “ding,” “niche” effect, in which the penis when erect has a small but distinct area of non-filling making it appear to have a small portion that remains soft and non-erect.

Any of these Peyronies symptoms of curvature or other deformity may gradually worsen during the first six to 18 months. After a certain point, which is variable from man to man, the distortion will no longer worsen.

Pain as a Peyronie’s symptom

Pain most often occurs with an erection during the first six to 18 months after onset. However, pain associated with Peyronie's disease may present itself in many ways:

  • Only during an erection
  • Only when not erect (flaccid)
  • Only during an orgasm
  • Only when the penis is touched

Some men do not have any distortion or bend of the penis, or pain, making these two common Peyronie’s symptoms not totally reliable as a way to diagnose Peyronie’s disease.

Other common Peyronie’s disease symptoms

Scar tissue under the skin surface

The scar tissue, also known as a plaque, associated with Peyronie's disease can be felt below the surface of the skin of the penis as small elevated or flat beads, lumps, bands of slightly to greatly dense and hard tissue. Some of these are smooth or rough, with even or irregular edges. Some men can easily find their Peyronies scar and with other men it is never located even by a doctor.

Less common Peyronie’s disease symptoms

  • Distortion or bending while flaccid
  • Difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection (erectile dysfunction)
  • Loss of penile size by either shortening of the penis, or loss of girth or circumference, or both

For a more comprehensive discussion of Peyronie’s disease symptoms, go to the PDI website at Peyronie's disease natural treatments.